The 12/12/12 Project

During these next 30 days, I will prepare a most important document; a plan that will change my life. On December 12, 2012, I will take a deep breath, commit to executing the plan and commence with my 12/12/12 Project.

What is a 12/12/12 Project?

First, I will tell you what it is not. It’s not a resolution, where you stop eating chocolate or promise to go to the gym. It’s not something you’re going to “try”, and two months down the road you fall back into your old routine and forget that you ever resolved to make a change. A 12/12/12 Project is much bigger than that.

A 12/12/12 Project is life altering.

Take that big idea that you’ve been dreaming about and make it your reality. Find that one thing that you were put on this earth to do and do it. Follow your passion. Commit to something life changing. It doesn’t need to be a huge. It can be small, but it must be something that will change the patterns of your daily existence from this point forward. It may be something in your career. It may be something for your family. It may be spiritual. It may be something to do with your own personal development or for the good others. It may be for the good of all the world.

Remember… “life altering”. A 12/12/12 Project could be a path to your life’s purpose.

I invite you to join me. I encourage you. I challenge you to commit to your own 12/12/12 Project.

During these next 30 days I will write more about my 12/12/12 Project. I hope you’ll join me and share details of your own 12/12/12 Projects here and on Twitter using hashtag #121212Project.

The clock is ticking. 12/12/12 is coming. Thirty days. Prepare a plan. Do something amazing. Be remarkable. Make a difference. Be awesome!


7 Responses to “The 12/12/12 Project”

  1. 1 Collier Ward November 14, 2012 at 1:27 PM

    I’ve never heard of this, Mark.
    Is The 12/12/12 Project a “movement” I’ve overlooked somehow or are you initiating it here and now?

  2. 2 Mark R. LePage, AIA, LEED AP November 14, 2012 at 1:43 PM

    12/12/12 is a commitment I made to myself and my family last year. It is a way for me to put a deadline on some big changes that need to be made. I know that so many of us have similar dreams and big ideas, so I decided to invite others to join me. If a “movement” it becomes, the world will certainly benefit.

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